Lenovo Vibe X2 smartphone sold out on Flipkart

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New Delhi | Updated: Nov 12, 2014 5:22 PM

Lenovo Vibe X2, priced at Rs 19,999, was launched exclusively in India exclusively on Flipkart on Nov 10.

Lenovo Vibe X2, which claims to be the first layered phone in the world, sports top end specs at a mid-range price.Lenovo Vibe X2, which claims to be the first layered phone in the world, sports top end specs at a mid-range price.

Lenovo has announced that its recently launched Vibe X2 smartphone has been sold out on e-commerce site Flipkart.

The Vibe X2, which claims to be the first layered phone in the world sporting top end specs at a mid-range price, was launched exclusively in India exclusively on Flipkart on November 10.

“The Vibe X2 has seen a tremendous response on Flipkart. This showcases not only our capabilities as an e-commerce partner but also the ability to attract a world-class brand to sell a flagship product exclusively on Flipkart,” said Michael Adnani, Vice President – Retail & Head – Strategic Brand Alliances, Flipkart.

“The kind of response Vibe X2 has been getting in India is overwhelming.  The X2 layered design is a unique proposition from Lenovo and we are happy that consumers are appreciating the innovations that we are bringing to the Indian Smartphone market” said, Sudhin Mathur, Director-Smartphones, Lenovo India.

Priced at Rs 19,999, Lenovo VIBE X2’s first shipment was up for grabs on Flipkart along with 95% discounts on Lenovo’s innovative add-on battery layer for the Vibe X2, 35% off on shopping on Myntra via the Myntra Android App and free pre-selected Flipkart eBooks worth Rs 1200.

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